The sequence of Genocchi numbers

${({G_{2n}})_{n \ge 0}}=$ $(0,1,1,3,17,155,2073,...)$

can be defined by the generating function $z\frac{{1 - {e^z}}}{{1 + {e^z}}} = \sum {{{( - 1)}^n}{G_{2n}}\frac{{{z^{2n}}}}{{(2n)!}}} .$

Many different q-analogs of these numbers have been studied. Does anyone know if the following q-analog ${({G_{2n}(q)})_{n \ge 0}}$ is known? It is intimately related with q-Chebyshev polynomials.

Let $(a;q)_n=(1-a)(1-qa) \cdots (1-q^{n-1}a)$, $[n]=1+q+\cdots+q^{n-1}$ and $[n]!=[1][2] \cdots[n].$

The q-analog can defined by the generating function

$\sum\limits_{n \ge 1} {\frac{{{{( - 1)}^{n - 1}}{G_{2n}}(q){{( - q;q)}_{2n - 1}}}}{{[2n]!}}} {z^{2n}} = $

$\sum\limits_{n \ge 1} {\frac{{{{( - q;q)}_{2n - 1}}}}{{[2n]!}}} {z^{2n}} $ divided by

$\sum\limits_{n \ge 0} {\frac{{{{( - q;q)}_{2n}}}}{{[2n + 1]!}}} {z^{2n}}.$